(Words and photos by Doug Gregory) – This is the finale of our coverage from this event. If you get the chance come to this one in person and support a great cause. The weather is usually beautiful and the scenery makes for a great photo backdrop. It might be one of the easiest venues to find and get to with its proximity to the highway. Come a day early and you can check out more gearhead destinations that are very close by like Edgewater Dragway and the legendary site where Gravelrama has been held for nearly 50 years. Both are literally 10-15 minutes away.
It’s possible that no vehicle in this gallery is older than 2000 with the only possible exceptions being a C5 or two.
Badges such as SVT, SRT, ZL1, GS, and more could be found along with names like Shelby, Roush, Hellcat, and Scat pack. Clubs for Mustangs, Camaros, Corvettes and I think Chargers/Challengers attended with plenty parking in clusters. I am not sure if some of the Chargers/Challengers were traveling home from the Challengerfest that finished up the day before this show. The good part was no single marquee seemed to show up in greater numbers than their peers. I rarely attend model or make-specific events because deep down I really like most any vehicle so many different makes and models fits my taste.
Hope you liked the coverage. I didn’t get every car and some of the most-popular ones I tried to capture I never got an opportunity for a relatively clean shot. You all likely got a decent representation of what attended if you at least peeked at all the galleries. Visit the 2020 event and perhaps your ride will show up in here as well.